Runner-up: Comcast


Philadelphia-based cable giant Comcast tapped the market for the third time in nine months in February, with a jumbo $2.25 billion two-part debt issue led by Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch.

For Comcast the deal was a prime example of how efficient a shelf registration - a method of coming to market at very short notice - can be for a frequent issuer in the debt markets. Kenneth Mikalauskas, assistant treasurer and vice-president of finance at Comcast, says: "We called the

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